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Long before banks, ATMS and check-cashing services, there were pawn shops. Pawning was the leading form of consumer credit in the United States until the 1950s, and pawn shops are still helping everyday people make ends meet. Pawn Stars takes you inside the colorful world of the pawn business. At the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop on the outskirts of Las Vegas, three generations of the Harrison family - grandfather Richard, son Rick and grandson Corey - jointly run the family business, and there's clashing and camaraderie every step of the way. The three men use their sharp eyes and skills to assess the value of items from the commonplace to the truly historic, including a 16th-century samurai sword, a Super Bowl ring, a Picasso painting and a 17th-century stay of execution. It's up to them to determine what's real and what's fake, as they reveal the often surprising answer to the questions on everyone's mind, "What's the story behind it?" and "What's it worth?"
The Pawn Stars are presented with a supremely rare 1776 Massachusetts penny made by Revolutionary War legend Paul Revere. With only one other coin known to exist in the world, will the gang crank out a mint for this priceless coin or will they find they can't spare the change? Then, Rick has an opportunity to buy a hand grenade made by a top-secret American World War II spy program. Will he pull the pin to make a truly explosive deal or will the negotiations have him running for cover? And later, Rick and Corey meet a man hoping to sell his 1950s peep show machine. Will they like what they see and bare their wallets or will it be too stripped down for comfort?
The Pawn Stars hope to capture a glimpse of the Old West when they are presented with an antique professional gambler's toolkit. Complete with every game of the trade and elaborately designed with a secret compartment for trouble, will they up the ante and make an offer or will they be forced to fold? Then, Rick and Corey look to buy rare pieces of 1896 U.S. currency known as the "Educational Series." Lavishly designed by the U.S. Treasury, will the bills receive high praises or will a series of bad reviews send to them back to school? And later, a man hopes to sell his 1950's radiation detecting Geiger counter. Will the shop emit some serious energy for this relic of the Cold War or will the deal force them all to duck and cover?
The Pawn Stars reach for the sky when a man walks in with a custom set of 19th century double barrel firearms–including a multiple caliber dual shotgun/rifle and a hand carved pistol. Will they load up and take aim at a deal or will a pair of misfires send the seller packing? Then, Rick and Chumlee are presented with an extremely rare unopened bottle of 1921 Dom Perignon Champagne. From the first year it was produced, will Rick shake up a deal and toast his good fortune or will everything just fizzle out? And later, a man comes in with a collection of autographed talking Freddy Krueger dolls from the horror classic "A Nightmare on Elm Street." Will the Old Man dream up a killer price for this trash talker or will the negotiations be a nightmare on Las Vegas Boulevard?
The Pawn Stars are presented with a classic piece of Detroit muscle–a 1969 Buick Skylark. Will the gang put the pedal to the metal and restore this beauty or will the deal get flooded and stall out? Then, Chumlee and the Old Man look to buy a Civil War field desk complete with captured Confederate documents. Will they sound a charge and seize this rare piece of U.S. history or will suspicion cause them to retreat? And later, Rick is presented with a piece from the jungles of the Amazon–a human shrunken head. Will he slice up a deal for this rare tribal charm or will he decide the shop doesn't need the bad karma?
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy the iconic suit of Kentucky Fried Chicken founder Colonel Sanders. Will they dig into a family-size deal and fork over a bucket of cash or will they find out they've bitten off more than they can chew? Then, a man brings in a Presidential commission from the only U.S. President to serve two non-consecutive terms–Grover Cleveland. Will Rick make an executive decision to secure this historic document or will the deliberations get vetoed? And later, Corey and Chumlee check out an old arcade punching bag game measuring a player's punching power. Can Corey score this vintage game by way of knockout or will a sucker punch send him down for the count?
The Pawn Stars burn up the racetrack when a seller brings in a competition dragster racecar. Can the guys set a new track record and win the deal or will the negotiation stall out and finish last. Then, Rick and Corey are presented with a Japanese land mine training kit used to train American soldiers during World War II. Will the guys detect a good deal or will it all blow up in their face? And later, Corey and Chumlee check out a fully restored 1957 Dr. Pepper vending machine. Will they pop a cold one just like the Dr. ordered or will this soda machine deal go flat?
The Pawn Stars go off-roading as they look to buy a 1973 Jeep CJ5. Will the gang navigate through rough terrain to make a deal or will they lose traction and get stuck? Then Rick meets a man hoping to sell several photographs and negatives from the final Apollo Space Program mission. Will Rick shoot for the moon for this piece of NASA history or will he call Houston with a problem? And later, a man walks in hoping to sell an 1861 Double Eagle $20 gold piece. Could this be the Holy Grail of coins worth a cool quarter million dollars or will it not even be worth its weight in gold?
The guys have the chance to buy a hockey stick signed by the 1980 Men's Olympic hockey team; a man brings in a 1970 vinyl record of Bob Dylan's self-portrait;Chumlee is given a special assignment.
The Pawn Stars set their sites on a sharpshooter's Kentucky Long Rifle from the Civil War. Will the seller shoot them straight on this deal or will he just be whistling Dixie? Then, Rick and Corey are presented with a very rare G.I. Joe Nurse doll from the 1960's. Will Rick get ambushed, or will knowing be half the battle? And later, a man comes in looking to sell a set of silver dishes pilfered from Hitler's mountain hideaway, The Eagles Nest. Will Rick bend the house rules buying an item of the infamous dictator or will this tableware be too hot to handle?
Travel back in time with the Pawn Stars as they encounter an 80's icon–a DeLorean sports car. Will the gang set the tires ablaze in search of its flux capacitor or is this automobile's best years all in the past? Then Rick and the Old Man meet a man hoping to sell a letter from President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Will they draft themselves up a New Deal to buy this piece of presidential history or will their campaign lose ground? And later, Rick, Corey and Chumlee have an opportunity to appear on the game show Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Will they jump into the hot seat and go for the big bucks or will Rick's final answer be no?
The Pawn Stars are brushed with Vegas royalty when they are presented with a huge truckload of personal tapes from Rat Pack legend Sammy Davis Jr. Will they be singing a sweet tune to make this deal or will they be left reaching for the stars? Then, Rick meets a man with a mysterious miniature cannon believed to be from the 18th century. Will Rick make a booming offer for this little noisemaker or will it prove to be all bark and no bite? And later, Corey and Chumlee have a chance to buy a pair of pristine 1950's Schwinn Phantom Bicycles. Will they pedal themselves up a difficult negotiation or will they be thrown off their game by one sharp turn?
Roar down the road with the Pawn Stars as they stumble upon a Down and Dirty custom motorcycle frame. In need of everything from wheels to a motor, will the gang turn this easy rider into easy cash or is this project simply sputter itself out? Then, a man brings in a collection of Mazon Creek fossils that are hundreds of millions of years old. Will Rick be able to chip away at the seller's price or is the price set in stone? And later, Rick and Chumlee visit a man with a classic Vegas blackjack table from the Stardust Casino. Will Rick go all in for the win or bust and lose it all?
The Pawn Stars are presented with a letter signed by one of the 20th century's greatest leaders, Winston Churchill. Will the guys stand up and fight for a deal or will unverified signature force them to surrender? Then, Rick and the Old Man meet a guy hoping to sell a Holy Relic from the first American Saint Elizabeth Seton. Will this precious religious item bring the guys good fortune or will the Old Man remain the only relic in the shop? And later, a man brings in a gas fueled remote controlled toy Hummer with some mechanical problems. Will they take a chance at rewiring this RC truck to make a buck or will this deal run out of batteries?
Join the Pawn Stars as they are presented with an Abraham Lincoln campaign ribbon from the 1860 presidential race. Will this historic piece of presidential memorabilia win their vote or will a tough debate leave the shop divided? Then, Chumlee and the Old Man have a chance to buy a fully functional 19th century dynamite detonator. Will they wire up a deal and blast through a negotiation or will it blow up in their faces? And later, a man comes in with a pair of classic 1990 Air Jordan basketball sneakers. Will the guys make an easy slam dunk or will a late whistle on the play call foul?
A PT boat spotlight; A Rembrandt comes into the shop; Chumly might have to move a piano; A 1950's Jolly Musical chimp; A western hat that may have belonged to John Wayne comes into the shop;
Take a ride with the Pawn Stars as they check out a 1962 mobster-style Cadillac Fleetwood limousine. Will the guys make an offer the seller can't refuse or will the deal become too much of a stretch? Then, Rick and Chumlee are presented with a collection of 1990s Atlanta Braves championship World Series rings. Will Rick step up to the plate and take negotiations into extra innings or will he strike out looking? And later, a man walks into the shop with two vintage pistol lighters. Will Corey pull the trigger to fire up a deal or is this seller just blowing smoke?
At high noon the Pawn Stars look at a collection thought to belong to our country's most legendary Western lawman–Wyatt Earp. Will a tough negotiation lead to a showdown at the O.K. Corral or will the peacemaker save the day? And later, a man brings in a gold medal from the 1984 Olympic games in Los Angeles. Can Rick put everything on the line to compete for sport's highest honor or will he stumble at the start? Then, when presented with a perfect pair of 19th Century pistols, Rick has some concerns. Will he take his best shot at these perplexing old pistols or will a hasty decision halt the handgun deal?
The Pawn Stars work their magic when they're presented with handcuffs and leg shackles once owned by the legendary magician Harry Houdini. Will a sleight of hand help them unlock an amazing deal or will everything disappear in a puff of smoke? Then, a seller rushes in with a Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Trophy from the 1999 St. Louis Rams. Will Rick and Chumlee throw a Hail Mary for the game-winning touchdown or will a bad negotiation force a fumble? And later, Corey and Chum come across a collection of comic buttons found inside Pep cereal in the 1940's. Will this old nutritious breakfast give the boys an edge or will they find it's all too much to stomach?
The Pawn Stars meet a man with a handwritten lost poem from rock legend Jimi Hendrix. Will the rare Hendrix verse provide new insight into the '60s icon or will the cryptic words remain locked in a purple haze of mystery? Then, the guys are presented with a chessboard made with wood from one of the most famous ships in history, the Titanic. Will the shop navigate the icy waters to make a deal or will they be forced to stop engines and jump ship? And later, Rick and Chumlee check out a classic child's pedal car from the 1950s. In need of major repair, will the gang take a chance on restoring this miniature beauty or will missing pieces keep them from trying?
Help the Pawn Stars solve the crime of the century when a man brings in a detective's case file from the infamous Lindbergh baby kidnapping. Will these 79-year-old forensic files contain a hot lead or is this cold case unsolvable? Then, Rick and Chumlee stare down the barrel of a 17th century gun believed to be a musketoon. A shorter version of a musket used by sailors and pirates, will this gun's history shoot the price up or will the negotiation misfire? And later, a 1974 Lotus Europa sports car rolls up to the shop. Can Rick rev up a deal for this ultra sweet ride or will he push it into the red and blow the deal?
Make sweet music with the Pawn Stars as they check out a 1763 Stradivarius violin. Found in an attic, could this violin play a tune worth a million bucks or will this deal hit a sour note? Then, Rick and Chumlee meet a man selling life-sized Star Wars figures. Will Rick use the force and buy these rare pieces of galactic memorabilia or will this deal end up in a galaxy far far away? And later, Rick and the Old Man check out the World War II airplane's version of GPS, an octant. Can they successfully navigate their way to a deal or will they hit turbulence?
The Pawn Stars have a chance to buy a 450 year-old book once owned by Sir Isaac Newton, but when hand-written notes and formulas are discovered in the margins the gravity of the situation becomes clear. Can they postulate a proper price or will this deal require an equal and opposite reaction? Then, a man walks in with his grandfather's Army jacket from the Spanish American War. Will Rick and Corey offer up the shirts off their backs or will one loose thread cause the whole deal to unravel? And later, Rick and Chumlee check out a collection of John Wayne memorabilia. Will they sound a charge to secure pieces of the western legend or will Rick be forced to retreat?
The Pawn Stars take aim at an incredibly rare 18th century half-size musket. Designed for a child, will the gang hit a miniature bull's-eye or will a pint-sized problem cause them to shoot themselves in the foot? Then, Rick and the Old Man are presented with a WWII pilot's jacket flown in the legendary P-38 Lightning. Will the guys dive into a dogfight for this leather bomber or will this deal fall from the sky? And later, a man brings in the first three years of Sports Illustrated magazine. Will Corey and Chumlee go the distance for this iconic collection or will one brutal round cause them to throw in the towel?
The Pawn Stars are presented with a rare 18th century book documenting the first laws of congress, but things change after discovering a possible connection to the Declaration of Independence. Can the gang empty their treasury for this historic page-turner or will the deal be vetoed? Then, Rick and Chumlee come across an extremely rare handmade Gibson mandolin from the early 1900s. Potentially worth over $100,000, will negotiations call for an encore or end on a sour note? And later, a man brings in a "high-tech" robot from the 1980s. Will the guys buy this talkative techno-tot or will the batteries for the deal run out of juice?
The Pawn Stars are presented with a piece of fabric believed to be from William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign. Will the Harrison name get the vote, or will a loose thread unravel the deal? Then, Corey and Chumlee meet a man hoping to sell his fully functional antique arcade claw machine. Can they clasp the deal, or will it slip through their fingers? And later, Chumlee and the Old Man have an opportunity to buy a box of unopened, pre-embargo Cuban cigars. Will they fire up some cash for these 60-year-old stogies or will this deal go up in smoke?
The Pawn Stars take a mission briefing when presented with a fully functional 1941 M3 Armored Scout Truck from World War II. Will the gang head to battle for this bulletproof piece of military history or will an auto ambush force them to retreat? Then, Rick and Corey meet a man hoping to sell a check signed by notorious mobster Carlo Gambino. Will Rick make him an offer he can't refuse or will this deal sleep with the fishes? And later, Rick and Chumlee check out a 1987 Apple II GS Computer. Will they boot up some cash for this classic piece of technology or is the deal bound to crash?
The Pawn Stars run for their lives when they come face-to-face with the fire-breathing, 31-ton mammoth Robosaurus. Will the guys stare down this car-crushing behemoth to make a deal or did they bite off more than they can chew? Then, Rick and Chumlee are presented with a cast iron Uncle Sam coin bank from 1886. Can they convince the seller to make fair withdrawal or will he cash out? And later, a computer meltdown threatens to bring the shop's business to a standstill. Can the guys figure out how to operate without technology or will they close up shop for the first time in 22 years?
The Pawn Stars zoom in on a long lost picture by America's most famous photographer Ansel Adams. Will the gang snap up this scarce print or will a lack of focus keep this negotiation out of frame? Then, Rick and the Old Man meet a guy hoping to sell his Jaguar XJ6. Will they shift into overdrive for this luxury automobile or will this exclusive kitten put up a fight? And later, Corey is thrown a 1942 Chicago Bears football autographed by the entire legendary team. Will he make a move for this prized pigskin or will a tough defense force a fumble?
Make money with the Pawn Stars as they are presented with a one of a kind U.S. postage printing plate from 1862. Will the guys trek through rain or heat or gloom of night to make a deal or will they return this one to sender? Then, a guy comes in with a rare recording of a speech given by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Made just months before his assassination, will Rick stand strong and buy this American icon's recording or will the tiniest scratch make it all worth skipping? And later, Rick and Chumlee encounter a Star Wars collector's dream, a recalled poster for Return of the Jedi. Will Rick use the force and battle for this holy grail of galactic memorabilia or will a tough negotiation have him retreating to a galaxy far far away?
The Pawn Stars have an opportunity to buy one of the most recognizable cars of all time: The Batmobile. Will they use every gadget on their tool-belt for this legendary set of wheels or will they decide crime fighting doesn't pay? Then, Rick and Chumlee are presented with a mysterious 19th century letter signed by Founding Fathers Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Can Rick read between the lines and decode the decrepit document or will it fall to pieces in their hands, sealing it's secrets for all time? And later, a small antique writing desk comes into the shop packing more than just stationary. Will this locked and loaded spy-desk trigger their interest or will the deal end up shooting blanks?
Rick Harrison(Rick Harrison)
Richard Harrison (The Old Man)(Richard Harrison)
Corey Harrison(Corey Harrison)
Austin "Chumlee" Russell(Chumlee Russell)
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